“Student Lead Assessment”, C. Martin & J. Hughes. Higher Education Academy International Enhancement Themes Conference, Glasgow, 2013.
“Let Me Demonstrate: a web-based application to encourage critical reflection amongst computing students”, G. Coleman, C. Martin, J. Hughes. Higher Education Academy International Enhancement Themes Conference, Glasgow, 2013.
“Do student-produced video encourage critical reflection amongst undergraduate computing students?”, C. Martin, G. Coleman, J. Hughes. Higher Education Academy STEM: Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, Birmingham, 2013.
“Forum theatre as a method for user requirement elicitation for home care”, N. Hine, C. Martin, A.F. Newell & J.L. Arnott, Advances in Home Care Technology, (Eds. K. J. Turner), IOS Press, pp.162-182. ISSN: 1383 813X, 2012.
“Supporting the dialogue of care”, N. A. Hine N. Stewart, J. L. Arnott, A. Cipars and C. J. Martin, Advances in Home Care Technologies, (Eds. K. J. Turner), IOS Press, pp.183-202. ISSN: 1383 813X, 2012.
“Robot dance: edutainment or engaging learning”, C. Martin and Janet Hughes, Psychology of Programming interest Group Conference, University of York September 2011.
“The impact of dancing robots on novice programmers”, C. Martin, Psychology of Programming interest Group Work in Progress, Shefield Hallam, April 2011.
“Physical Computing: computing in context and in reach”, C. Martin, A. Napier, J. Hughes. HEA Enhancing your First Year Computing Curriculum, London South Bank University March 2011.
“Designing social networking sites for older adults”, L. Gibson, J. Arnott, W. Moncur, C. Martin, P. Forbes, & A. S. Bhachu. In Proceedings of the 24th BCS Interaction Specialist Group Conference (BCS ’10). British Computer Society, Swinton, 2010.
“Programmers in the wild continued: Early findings from a pilot study of research programmers.” C. Martin, Psychology of Programming interest Group Conference Limerick, June. 2009.
“Programmers in the Wild: An Ethnographic Study of How Programmers Scaffold Programming Problems”, C. Martin & J. Hughes, Psychology of Programming interest Group Work in Progress, Mylton Keyness, 2009.
“Accessibility Challenge: A game show investigating the accessibility of computer systems for disabled people”, M. Morgan, C. Martin, A. Newell, V. Hanson and J. Hughes, CHI 2008 – Design Community Events, ACM, pp.2609-2610. Florence, Italy, 2008.
“Requirements gathering with diverse user groups and stakeholders”, M. Morgan, C. Martin, N. Hine, M. McGee-Lennon, J. Arnott, J. Clark and M. Wolters, CHI 2008 Proceedings, ACM, pp.2597-2600. Florence, Italy, 2008.
“Cognitive dimensions questionnaire applied to exploratory algorithm design”, C. Martin and J. Hughes, Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education ITiCSE, SIGCSE, pp.184-188. Madrid, Spain, 30 June – 2 July. ISBN:978 1 60558 115 6. 2008.
“Scribbles: an exploratory study of sketch based support for early collaborative object oriented design”, C. Martin, In Proceedings of the 12th Annual SIGCSE Conference on innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE, Dundee, Scotland, June 25 – 27. 2007.